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Well folks, it’s official. The college football season, widely regarded as the best part of the year, has come to an epic close with the National Championship game between Clemson and Alabama - the ultimate cherry on top to an unforgettable year. Sadly, that means no more tailgates, no more walks through the fall afternoon air with the roar of the crowd in the background, and did we mention this yet? No more football.

The grieving process takes time, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. The offseason is a long and grueling one but these few tips will help you get your fan on while you wait for the return of college football next September. 

All in all, post college football blues are a very real thing. In fact,  pretty sure it’s a recognized disorder in the DSM. So we guess it’s a good thing that we have time to cope and brush our shoulders off. Nothing can replace the pageantry of college football and a perfect game day in the fall, but for now, we’ll work with what we’ve got.